In Aug 2015 my hbsag quantitative was 6200 iu/ml. In october 2015, hbsag was 6.14 iu/ml. Can you pls advice what this result imply. I am on tenofovil and hbeag negative abd hbeab positive. I have faken tenofovil for 10 months. Pls kindly advice
Stef, thank u so much for your quick response and positive comments. I will share the full story of my hepatitis b experience on this forum shortly. It has been hell getting to this point. I give all the glory to God almighty and i strongly believe that prayers ans faith in God and a positive attitude is very important if you seek a cure. First i have never believed there is no cure for hep b and none of us should believe there is no cure. With God all things are possible. Thank u so much and i will share the details of all results and medications i took in the last 12 months including herbals to everyone but the key is faith in God almighty
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